About J. F. Oberlin University

Overseas Operations

Beijing Office (China)

Tel. & Fax: (86) 10-8562-5225
URL: http://www.obirin.cn/
E-mail: pekin@obirin.ac.jp
No. 38, Chaoyangmen Outer St, Chaoyang District
Chenjinglun School A-1 1F
Beijing 100020

J. F. Oberlin’s Beijing Office was established in 2005. It looks after the needs of the university’s students in China and provides logistical support for examinations taken by Chinese applicants to J. F. Oberlin University. The Beijing Office is also increasingly involved in alumni and recruiting activities in China.

Obirin Gakuen Foundation of America (U. S. A.)

Tel: (1) 704-968-2102
URL: http://www.obirin-gakuen.org
E-mail: office@obirin-gakuen.org
1175 Park Place, #125
San Mateo, CA 94403

Obirin Gakuen Foundation of America (OGFA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable foundation founded in 2010. It serves as the base of operations for the school’s educational and cultural exchanges with North America. It provides support for J. F. Oberlin students in the United States and Canada as well as for students from those countries coming to Japan. OGFA is also responsible for the development, implementation, and operation of J. F. Oberlin’s many programs in North America.

Research Facilities at Stanford University

J. F. Oberlin’s partnership with Stanford University in California, U. S. A., allows J. F. Oberlin faculty and researchers to undertake projects as visiting scholars at Stanford.

Flight Operations Arizona Office (U. S. A.)

CTC Aviation Training (US) INC
1658 S.Litchfield Road Bldg 104,
Suite2 Goodyear Arizona,
85338 USA

Students in J. F. Oberlin’s flight operations course spend one years and six months at CTC (Crew Training Centre) in Arizona, U. S. A., to improve their English and complete flight training under the auspices of J. F. Oberlin’s cooperative relationship with CTC. J. F. Oberlin’s Arizona Office provides support for the program.

Ulan Bator Office (Mongolia)

Tel: (976) 9911-3156
E-mail: makihara.soichi61@gmail.com
Olympic street-15, 1st khoroo
Sukhbaatar district
Ulan Bator city, Mongolia
P.B. 48/88

J. F. Oberlin opened an office in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, in 2011 for the purposes of student recruitment, formation of an alumni association, care of long- and short-term exchange students in Mongolia, and liaison with Shine Mongol High School and other organizations. The office is located on the grounds of our Mongolian partner, Soyol Erdem University.

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